AbundanceIn a time of ScarcityJay Nath2011 Technology Horizons, IFTF
Scarcity
Scarcity ofDeficit
Deficit
Data.Gov
Sharing Local Data
Voting Patterns
311311 Data   Visualized
Next Bus
Real-time Parking   Availability
Community Data
June 2009
March 2010
Today
How did we get here?
Power of Standards
Power of Collaboration
Power of the Community           106      Tech Community           104         City Staff           102      City Innovators
The Success of Open Source
Closed Systems
Architecture of Participation
@Jay_Nathjay.nath@sfgov.org
Ideation + Realization
Leveraging citizen expertise to    solve problems for localbusiness, nonprofits and the City
Skills-based Matching
Online/Offline Opportunities
Abundance in a time of scarcity ( Institute for the Future 2011 Conference)
Abundance in a time of scarcity ( Institute for the Future 2011 Conference)
Abundance in a time of scarcity ( Institute for the Future 2011 Conference)
Abundance in a time of scarcity ( Institute for the Future 2011 Conference)
Abundance in a time of scarcity ( Institute for the Future 2011 Conference)
Abundance in a time of scarcity ( Institute for the Future 2011 Conference)
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    1. 1. AbundanceIn a time of ScarcityJay Nath2011 Technology Horizons, IFTF
    2. 2. Scarcity
    3. 3. Scarcity ofDeficit
    4. 4. Deficit
    5. 5. Data.Gov
    6. 6. Sharing Local Data
    7. 7. Voting Patterns
    8. 8. 311311 Data Visualized
    9. 9. Next Bus
    10. 10. Real-time Parking Availability
    11. 11. Community Data
    12. 12. June 2009
    13. 13. March 2010
    14. 14. Today
    15. 15. How did we get here?
    16. 16. Power of Standards
    17. 17. Power of Collaboration
    18. 18. Power of the Community 106 Tech Community 104 City Staff 102 City Innovators
    19. 19. The Success of Open Source
    20. 20. Closed Systems
    21. 21. Architecture of Participation
    22. 22. @Jay_Nathjay.nath@sfgov.org
    23. 23. Ideation + Realization
    24. 24. Leveraging citizen expertise to solve problems for localbusiness, nonprofits and the City
    25. 25. Skills-based Matching
    26. 26. Online/Offline Opportunities

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